If you are using ReadablePro for academic purposes, you may be wondering how you should cite us. Generally, if you are using the Harvard Referencing System, a link to a website in your bibliography should include: the author and publishing year, the title of the web page, the date you retrieved the information, and a link to the website. You will also likely have in-text references throughout your paper. These include the author's surname and the year of publication, e.g. (Chomsky, 1981).
If you're referencing a particular article on our website, please feel free to use the same formatting you would normally with a web article, with 'readable.io by Added Bytes' as the author.
If you're referencing a result you have from scoring a piece of text with your ReadablePro account, this is visible only to you. Therefore, we have export tools available. This would enable you to submit the result as a document alongside your essay. With regard to referencing, here's a template of what it might look like:
'readable.io by Added Bytes Ltd (CURRENT YEAR). How Readable Is Your Writing? Retrieved (CURRENT DATE) from https://readable.io/ '
For the in-text references, you would simply reference as follows (readable.io, CURRENT YEAR).
For any other referencing-related queries, please feel free to get in touch with us.